Rougned Odor collected his first home run and drove in his first two runs, and Adrian Beltre homered too, as the Rangers grabbed a 4-0 win over the Astros on Monday night.
Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre has become only the fifth player in major league history to hit 100 home runs for three different teams.
The Rangers have activated third baseman Adrian Beltre from the 15-day disabled list and shut down third baseman Kevin Kouzmanoff with a sore back.
Third baseman Adrian Beltre is expected back in the Texas Rangers’ lineup in Friday night’s opener of a three-game road series against the Seattle Mariners.
Texas third baseman Kevin Kouzmanoff was scheduled to be evaluated Friday at home by a back specialist before the Rangers have to make a roster move to active Adrian Beltre from the disabled list.
The Rangers have totaled just 10 runs since Adrian Beltre left the lineup and have scored just once in three of their last four contests.
Adrian Beltre was hoping to get back in the lineup for the Rangers this week before being told he was going on the disabled list because of a strained left quadriceps.
Adrian Beltre is getting some extra time to recover from a strained left quad after the Texas Rangers put their third baseman on the 15-day disabled list Sunday.
Though Texas won’t have its star slugger this weekend, Yu Darvish gives the Rangers a good shot to continue their dominance of the Houston Astros.
Adrian Beltre has a mild left quadriceps strain that will keep him out of the lineup a few days, but the Texas Rangers plan to wait and see if their third baseman can avoid a trip to the disabled list.
Choo drew a bases-loaded, game-ending walk against Jonathan Papelbon as the Rangers beat the Philadelphia Phillies 4-3 Wednesday to clinch the season-opening series.
Adrian Beltre singled home Shin-Soo Choo with the game winner in the ninth inning, and the Texas Rangers saved a run on a successful replay challenge in a 3-2 victory against the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday night.